Infographic - Commnication Degrees are in Demand and Flourishing
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies prepares students for a broad range of careers by providing a strong communication foundation involving speaking, listening, writing, organizational, leadership, and conflict negotiation skills as they apply to a variety of institutional and relational contexts.
- As a working adult, you are probably seeking flexibility.
- At Ashland University, we strive to provide our adult learners with options.
- We are providing you the opportunity to study at your own pace.
Earning Your Commnication Studies Degree
In addition to critical thinking and ethical decision-making, our robust curriculum demonstrates:
- Becoming an effective leader in small group communications
- Learning how to build diverse communication campaigns like social, political, and marketing campaigns
- Communication tools including: research design, implementation, and interpretation
- Analysis of communication in relationships, as well as conflict resolution -tactics, and various intervention techniques
- The art and science of developing and delivering organizational training programs
- Principles governing effective public relations strategies
THE BEST TIME TO START EARNING YOUR DEGREE IS TODAYI
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WHY CHOOSE AN ONLINE DEGREE IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES FROM ASHLAND UNIVERSITY?
- According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers' Job Outlook 2016, the top 50% of attributes employers seek on a candidate's resume are directly related to content covered in a Communication Studies degree.
- It was also noted that ''respondents to the current survey gave slightly greater weight to verbal communication skills than was the case last year, and slightly less weight to analytical/ quantitative skills."